One year of ISO 27018 - The cloud computing privacy standard
The International Standards Organization (ISO) along with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) had published ISO 27018, the first privacy-specific international standard for cloud services, last year. The standard specifies roles of data controller and processor with regard to security and privacy of personally identifiable information (PII) which is stored in a public cloud. In addition to existing information standards, ISO 27018 is built for cloud computing services.
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How Big Data helps manufacturers to think big?
Big Data is transforming the manufacturing industry. In a recent report, 31% of people from this sector said that they are considering Big Data opportunities or will do so in the coming year. 35% of the respondents think that data analysis will be a critical skillset for the next generation of employees. Manufacturing organizations already have access to huge amounts of data from construction and testing. Big Data will help them eliminate statistical process control from their quality control process. Manufacturing companies will use sensors to access real-time data from the assembly line. They will be able to generate better accuracy with less human intervention.
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Which one should you pick – Android or iOS?
Android currently dominates the smartphone market and is offered by a variety of phone makers. Apple maintains a healthy market share despite having fewer devices than Android. For the past few years, September has been the month where Apple reveals its new line of iPhones whereas Google typically introduces one Nexus phone in October. Both platforms come with their fair share of advantages for users. While Android has become more polished with time, iOS has become more flexible.
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Increasing the value of Social Collaboration
The digital era is helping organizations to engage with customers, partners and employees. They are all working together from their cloud-enabled mobile devices. There are even social networks designed just for enterprises. However, there are tons of options available which can confuse organizations. Businesses have to keep three things in mind before adopting an enterprise social network.
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